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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
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... He got in but the entrance we needed was now locked for the night and he had to walk all the way around! Breakfast and then a taxi to the airport... What a shamoozel that was!!!! Lining up in immigration there were queues upon queues and then new booths opened and they let the people in from the back... Nearly an hour later we got our passport stamped to leave the country!! We have just crossed over into Spain! Beautiful clear views from the ...
... evening we headed down along the cobbled alleyways past the stall holders and across the wide, currently dry, river to visit the Kasbah, which dates back to the 17th century. As we climbed the steps and wound our way up through the ksar to the top of the hill we stopped to admire the rustic buildings, some of which are still inhabited. Glad to reach the top and catch our breaths we were rewarded with sensational sweeping views back over the ksar, now ...
... charmers in them and there were about five cobras per tent or something like that...really creepy big snakes. So the first one we saw we were standing like fifteen feet away or something a d this guy comes up to the side of me and I think he is selling orange juice or something so I try and ignore him and don't really pay attention but he gets closer and goes "you like snakes Madame?!" AND HOLDS UP THIS FOUR FOOT LONG SNAKE LIKE FIVE ...
... markets. We learned a lot about bargaining strategies on this trip. Once we’d had enough of the markets, we found a cute restaurant where we enjoyed tea and some Moroccan treats before calling it a night.
Thursday we woke up bright and early to begin our desert tour. We piled into our fifteen-person van and were on the road right away, driving through the beautiful Atlas Mountains. It was pretty amazing how ...
... sure enough, there is spice-man across the street. He spots us and dashes over. "Come inside, 1000 spices". We head for the hills and he seems deeply hurt that we have absconded when we had "promised" him we would visit his shop. By the time we are 20 metres down the road he is over it and hassling some Americans.
We find the Palace and spend a half hour wandering through. We then got lost in the souks ...